An Affair to Remember
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In this poignant and humorous love story nominated for four Academy Awards, Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr meet on an ocean liner and fall deeply in love. Though each is engaged to someone else, they agree to meet six months later at the Empire State Building if they still feel the same way about each other. But a tragic accident prevents their rendezvous and the lover's future takes an emotional and uncertain turn.
- AMC Backstory Episode: "An Affair to Remember"
- Movietone Newsreel (Shipboard Premiere)
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Cary Grant originally declined the role but when Deborah Kerr (the third pick for the character McKay) was signed he insisted on having the part. He so loved working with Kerr and hoped to be able to co-star with her once more.
For such an early movie the characters were amazingly believable for the period. A true great film with the perfect leading cast. This film was remade again in 1994, 'An Affair'.
Once of my favorite all time moves that I can watch and watch again. An Affair to Remember is unquestionably one of the greatest love stories both in plot and chacterization to ever hit the silver screen.
Cary Grant is ever so save was usual meets Deborah Kerr on an ocean liner where they both fall deeply in love. At the time both are engaged to other people. When it comes time to part they agree that if the romantic feelings remain to meet six months later at the top of the Empire State Building. An accident prevents their rendezvous as the twists begin.
One of the best for the romantic in all of us.
The movie itself was really good. I rented with my husband on VDay since neither of us had seen it, but had heard about it for years. What stuck out to me was Deborah Kerr's character and dialogue. She was easy to like and relate to, even in modern day time frame. That of all things is what will help this movie endure as a classic film forever. There are some over the top movie tactics rarely seen in modern cinema, like the children's choir performing two songs, including a dance number. Other than those entertainment ploys that pull against the story line, this movie seemed to really nail the emotion and characters that make a romantic comedy great.